Have you spent hours surfing the web to end in frustration because you could
not find what you were looking for? This page contains educational resources for those who
do not have hours necessary to search the web for the information
they are looking for.
Learn about the e-Tutor One-2-One Program. Live tutors
work with your student using an expanded number of lessons and
assignments in a online educational community.
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Mayberry USA's local
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communities across the U.S.A.
At-Home Mothers provides complete support for the at-home motherhood lifestyle, offering memberships in the National
Association of At-Home Mothers including a subscription to At-Home Mother magazine.
Where in the Web and Other Homeschool and Educational Stuff - Veteran homeschool Mom (12+
years) shares tips on homeschooling and educational, curriculum internet links with
is for All Kinds of Folks.
This site is a guide to help parents in Virginia locate information on beginning
homeschooling and find support online and locally. http://expage.com/page/folcfolks
Home Education Association
Provides information on statistic of Virginia homeschooling, legislation and news. Much of
the infromation is useful for non-residents of Virginia. http://people.virginia.edu/~pm6f/
This site is written by children for children. Participants from all over the world share
writing online. Topics include books and movies. http://www.kidszonemagazine.org
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Used and out of print K-12 textbooks are available at this resource site.
Parents and home schoolteachers can purchase textbooks, children's books and supplementary reading materials. In addition, you can find children's books ranging from classics to the most contemporary among the millions of used books in their collection. http://www.21northmain.com/textbook.asp?uidAHMSC